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Red carpet rolled out for nine child actors
Satyam sacks Price Waterhouse
HYDERABAD: Satyam Computer Services Ltd has recommended to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs removal of Price Waterhouse (PW) as statutory auditors of the company. On being notified, the PW tendered its resignation and the company now proposes ...
Suo motu contempt proceedings likely
All courts in the State to remain closed on Monday and Tuesday
Miliband: I was undiplomatic on Indian tour
“Look you learn everyday in this job…You’ve got to try and take that forward”
We cannot interfere, says Anand Sharma
HYDERABAD: “We cannot be interventionist, we can only speak,” Union Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma said regarding the ongoing crisis in Sri Lanka. ‘Only ...
Suspected LTTE terrorists kill 10
COLOMBO: At least 10 civilians, including two children, were killed and five others sustained serious injuries on Saturday night when a group of suspected cadres of the LTTE terrorists opened indiscriminate small arms fire at Rathmalgaha Ella ...
“You can’t just wipe out his name”
Mumbai: This Republic Day Sharda’s grief doubled. For, her slain husband, Balasaheb Bhosale (55), assistant police sub-inspector, who was in the same vehicle as were the Ashok Chakra awardees during the terror strike here, received no ...
Qureshi will not attend SAARC meeting in Colombo
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi will not attend the SAARC foreign ministers’ meeting scheduled in Colombo this month-end, dashing media hopes of a bilateral meeting between him and External Affairs Minister Pranab ...
Pranab’s concern over Sri Lanka situation
Lalu worries over funds for poll campaign
Economic slowdown makes it tough for politicians to approach the men with the big bags
Maharashtra ATS moves to resolve 7/11 mystery
Police get nod to question alleged Indian Mujahideen commander Sadiq Sheikh
Curfew continues in Imphal
IMPHAL: For the third consecutive day, curfew continued in Imphal East and West on Saturday, following agitations in the wake of the murders of three government officials in Manipur’s Ukhrul district. The police have picked up three ...
Tsonga defeats Djokovic again
Venus Williams beats Razzano in Dubai championships final
Indians get down to practice
Dhoni’s men put through fielding drill by Kirsten
Anand suffers loss
NEW DELHI: World champion Viswanathan Anand committed a blunder in a promising position against Levon Aronian and suffered a painful loss in the second round of the Linares chess tournament at the Spanish town of Linares on Friday. This ...
Saina focussing on the positives
HYDERABAD: It is not the best of times for India’s champion shuttler Saina Nehawal who will be competing in the All England championship next month. Not only is she fighting against time to recover from the shoulder injury, the ...
Two undertrials shot dead
Lucknow: In a daring attack, three unidentified gunmen killed two undertrials in the district court premises in Hathras on Saturday, triggering an encounter with police which shot dead the trio. “The incident took place when two ...
Case registered against Renuka
MANGALORE: The Mangalore Rural police have registered a case against Union Minister of State for Women and Child Development Renuka Chowdhury for her “Talibanisation of Mangalore” comment following the attack by the Hindutva fringe ...
New welfare schemes in Corporation budget
Chennai: A host of new welfare schemes in the fields of education and healthcare and proposals for new facilities, including an auditorium in Mylapore and a multi-speciality hospital in Alwarpet, figure in the Chennai Corporation budget for ...
Five killed in court shooting
Hathras (U.P.): In a broad daylight shooting, two undertrials were killed by three unidentified armed men on the district court premises here on Saturday, sparking a gun battle with the police which shot dead the trio. The incident took ...
POS system comes to the aid of retail customers
Intel India, Bangalore introduces proof-of-concept model
Multiple avatars of mobile phone
CHENNAI: They can convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, track how much you walk or run as you go about your chores, narrate your favourite Agatha Christie novel and pinpoint your friends with latitudinal precision. They also let you make phone calls. ...
Look before you leap
2. Ensure that the application is supported for your mobile phone. This would save unnecessary data charges you would incur whilst downloading the application. 3. If you are downloading and installing an application that connects to the ...
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